Have you ever tried to build a new wellness habit? Perhaps you’ve tried to drink more water, or get outside more often. Many of us know the kinds of things we need to do in order to be healthy, yet without support and other effective strategies, we often struggle to make these habits stick.
In this 6-week wellness workshop series, you won’t just listen to someone talk about good habits, you’ll create personally meaningful, realistic plans to make gradual changes over time— changes that will improve your personal wellness and your ability to complete a challenging program and succeed in your career. You’ll also interact with others who are building healthy habits, giving and receiving support and encouragement.
All RRC students and staff are welcome to attend.
Topics covered include:
- Creating daily routines;
- Setting goals;
- Using checklists;
- Keeping track; and
All sessions will be facilitated by Dan Saltel. Dan is an instructor in RRC’s Business Technology Management program and is passionate about both the importance of wellness and the value of habit building strategies. Dan has a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science as well as a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Science in community health sciences.
Date: Six Tuesdays from October 5 – November 9
Platform: MS Teams
FOR QUESTIONS OR TO REGISTER, PLEASE EMAIL BREANNA SAWATZKY AT BLSAWATZKY@RRC.CA.
Each session will include a door prize draw for a $25 gift card. In addition, each person who registers and attends the first session will receive a brand new notebook to help them on their success journey.